I'm getting a memory leak in some old code I have inherited - it does this:
my $parser = new XML::DOM::Parser;
$tree = "";
$tree = $parser->parse("<root></root>");
$tree = createHeader($tree);
$tree = createBody($tree);
$tree = $parser->parsefile($fileName);
$tree = updateHeader($tree);
being a string like "/tmp/myfile.xml"
Can you (or anyone) clarify, should I change how this is done or get a new version of XML::DOM::Parser (I just installed it last week so I cant see how that would help tho)
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